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House Bill 4230 (2009) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2009-HB-4230

Dan Scripps - (primary)Ed Clemente, Marty Knollenberg, Arlan Meekhof, Brian Calley, John Proos, Pam Byrnes, Tonya Schuitmaker, Vicki Barnett, James Bolger, Lisa Brown, Terry Brown, Bob Constan, Marc Corriveau, Andy Coulouris, Kevin Daley, Cindy Denby, Fred Durhal, John Espinoza, Douglas Geiss, Lee Gonzales, Martin Griffin, Jennifer Haase, Richard Hammel, Harold Haugh, Joe Haveman, Dave Hildenbrand, Mike Huckleberry, Robert Jones, Andrew Kandrevas, Deb Kennedy, Richard LeBlanc, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Lesia Liss, Jeff Mayes, Tim Melton, David Nathan, Andy Neumann, Gino Polidori, Sarah Roberts, Tory Rocca, Roy Schmidt, Wayne Schmidt, Joel Sheltrown, Dian Slavens, Jim Slezak, Dudley Spade, Jon Switalski, Sharon Tyler, Jimmy Womack
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Income tax: deductions;

Income tax; deductions; initial angel investment minimum requirement; revise. Amends sec. 30 of 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.30).

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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4230

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Date JournalAction
2/10/2009HJ 7 Pg. 117introduced by Representative Dan Scripps
2/10/2009HJ 7 Pg. 117read a first time
2/10/2009HJ 7 Pg. 117referred to Committee on New Economy and Quality of Life
2/11/2009HJ 8 Pg. 123printed bill filed 02/11/2009
2/25/2009HJ 14 Pg. 212reported with recommendation without amendment(s)
2/25/2009HJ 14 Pg. 212referred to second reading
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220read a second time
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220placed on third reading
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220placed on immediate passage
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220read a third time
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 9 Yeas 104 Nays 3
2/26/2009HJ 15 Pg. 220transmitted

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